Bail Bonds In Santa Clarita: After You’re Read Your Miranda Rights – KHTS Radio


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Bail Bonds In Santa Clarita: After You're Read Your Miranda Rights
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“After the arresting officer escorts you to jail, you will be booked and incarcerated either until your first court date or until you can post bail,” said Inessa Chavez, vice president of All American Bail Bonds. “However, bail can be denied in some

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Lawmakers reach compromise on bail bonds bill – Farmington Daily Times


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Lawmakers reach compromise on bail bonds bill
Farmington Daily Times
The amended proposal, which must still be approved by both chambers before going to voters in November, was a partial victory for the bail bonds industry, which had fought hard against the original language that would have prevented nonviolent
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Editorial: Reforming bail bonds a must for a Connecticut Second Chance Society – New Haven Register

Editorial: Reforming bail bonds a must for a Connecticut Second Chance Society
New Haven Register
They may be innocent until proven guilty, but more than 400 Connecticut residents are sitting behind bars because they are unable to post a $20,000 bond, which requires them to pay between $250 and $2,000 to be released. That's too many people for Gov.